Drawbar Springs are a unique design style which manages to create an extension spring function out of a compression spring with a number of specific benefits.
With the new KUSE X-life, Schaeffler has proved that significant technological advances in linear technology are still possible even for well-established products.
As a result of continuous research and development, igus has a new material for very high speeds in continuous operation.
Goss Springs is ideally placed to offer both high volume and low volume standard and customised products and is in demand from prestige car manufacturers.
Chris Petts, M.D. of Lee Spring UK discusses some basic features of compression springs and the factors that need to be specified for custom springs.
Schaeffler is expanding its standard rolling bearing business by investing in new production capacity for its FAG Generation C deep groove ball bearings.
SKF is making its high performance RSH seal design available on a larger range of SKF Explorer deep groove ball bearings.
Synchro rings and synchronisation systems are essential components in vehicle transmissions and determine the comfort of manual transmissions, automatic transmissions and double clutch transmissions.
The Schaeffler UK automotive plant in Llanelli, South Wales has become the global location of choice for the production of turbocharger ball bearings. Start of production is planned for Week 21, 2017.